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Jocelyn Pixley is an economic sociologist. She studies heterodox economics and public policy with specific interest in central banks, full employment and social integration. In addition to her Honorary Professorship in Sociology at Macquarie University, Jocelyn is a Professorial Research Fellow at the Global Policy Institute, London.

Jocelyn has conducted fieldwork over nearly 20 years in many major financial centres. She has undertaken extensive interviews with top officials in central banking, bank regulation/supervision and private banks, and has visited stock exchanges and financial history museums on Wall St and in wider Manhattan and in Washington DC, Chicago, Tokyo, Sydney, Canberra, Berlin, Frankfurt, Cologne, Zurich, Paris, Brussels, London, Rome and Athens. She has just completed Central Banks, Democratic States and Financial Power (2018, Cambridge University Press) and co-edited a volume, Critical Junctures in Mobile Capital, (2018, Cambridge University Press).

Education/Academic qualification

Sociology, PhD, Radical Ideas, Conservative Policies, The University of New South Wales

Award Date: 18 Mar 1994


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